In a 5-week trial at Bradford Crown Court before the Recorder of Bradford (HHJ Mansell QC), the prosecution alleged that Alex Bates, Rashpal Singh Gill and Mohammed Jawaid Khan had attacked Paul Ackroyd who was later found dead outside Khan’s home address at Jinnah Court.
Three men have been convicted of the brutal torture and murder of a man in Bradford.
On 10 October, the High Court delivered a judgement that found an accident in 2014 was staged – leading to the fraudster being jailed for contempt of court.
Thank you to all those who attended the Regulatory & Public Law Team’s Annual Review last evening.
A man has been jailed for Life for the brutal murder of a Bradford pensioner over 25 years ago.
Craig Hassall, Simon Clegg and Kate Bissett have all accepted the Senior President’s offer of appointment to sit (part-time) with immediate effect.
We are pleased to announce that three of our tenants have recently been selected as panel counsel for the Attorney General. Together with Janine Wolstenholme and Kirsten Mercer, we now have five members who may undertake instruction from all government departments
Teesside Crown Court heard how the offenders travelled to mainland Europe to buy cheap tobacco before transporting it back to the UK through legal couriers. Over a twelve-month period, they imported over six metric tonnes of tobacco, evading duty of over £1.1 million.
An appeal case from the High Court has clarified the position post-Hussain v Amin Charters in respect of road traffic insurers putting claimants to proof due to concerns about fraud. Simon Clegg takes a closer look a the case and draws some helpful conclusions.